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By Edwin Hewitt, Kenneth A. Ross

Contents: Preliminaries. - components of the speculation of topolo- gical teams. -Integration on in the community compact areas. - In- variation functionals. - Convolutions and staff representa- tions. Characters and duality of in the community compact Abelian teams. - Appendix: Abelian teams. Topological linear spa- ces. creation to normed algebras. - Bibliography. - In- dex of symbols. - Index of authors and phrases.

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8) appear in D. VAN DANTZIG [3]. v) known to us is in A. WEIL [3], p. 11. See also VAN DANTZIG [3J, TG. 22. 9) must have been long known; the first reference we have found is a special case proved in MONTGOMERYandZIPPIN [1J,p. 55. 10)isduetovANKAMPEN [1]. Uniform spaces are the creation of A. WEIL [3J, who also described thcuniform structures 9l(G) and Y'r(G). 17) are essen tially due to WEIL [loe. ]. See also VAN KAMPEN [1 J, p. 451. § 5. Subgroups and quotient groups In this section, we take up some methods of forming new topological groups from a given topological group.

4. Basic definitions and facts 31 Analogous mappings are obtained for the other linear groups mentioned above. We indicate them as follows. For @2(n,K), take AEIDl(n,K)n58; for S2(n,K), takeAE58,wheretrA=O; for SU(n,K), take AE58, where trA=O and aik=-aki ; for @2(n, R), take AEIDl(n, R) n 58; for S2(n,R), takeAEIDl(n,R)n58,wheretrA=o; for :0 (n), take A EIDl(n, R) n 58, where aik= - aki; for S:O(n), take A EIDl(n, R) n 58, where aik= -aki. 26) Every nondiscrete, locally countably compact, Tu group G has cardinal number greater than or equal to c.

G) Let G be any group and let {@'},EI be any collection of topologies for G, each of which makes G into a topological group. ) be the weakest topology stronger than all of the topologies @,. ). (h) Let H be any topological Abelian group and let G be an Abelian group containing H as a subgroup. Let crt be an open basis at e in the group H. Then the same sets can be taken as an open basis at e in G. 5). The subgroup His open. 5). Then regarded as an additive group, E is c1early a topological group.

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